Question about Nintendo DS Lite Console
Hello, guys! I am having a big problems with my NDSL. Problem nº 1: My DS Lite does not charge. The charge's light turn on but in the system not consider it is charging. I have 2 batteries and both work perfectly (I tested with a multimeter). Other strange problem is when I am in the system with a NDS card inserted with low battery the light is red (normal) but if I remove the card the light goes green O__o. I thought it was a problem with the component EM10 filter but I tested it and it is ok. Problem nº 2: The NDSL clock has stopped. Not moving. Remove and replace the battery don't solve. If you didn't realize I need to change the battery all the time to play (I have an external battery charge). OBS: - I have 3 or more chargers and all are working perfectly. - I have 2 batteries and both are ok. - NDSL didn't fall down or wet. - I don't live in USA ( you can see my bad english) and my city doesn't have a technical support for the console. Answers with the Nintendo Call Support or send my console to repair are useless, unfortunately. Thanks for your patience.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: NDS or NDSL R4
Although there are some "home-brew" games and software out there this type of cartridge is largely used for illegally copying games. Some of the software available includes MP3 playback programs, movie players and PDA software so you can make use of these cartridges for legitimate purposes, however "home-brew" games vary in quality and so called ROM files are normally illegal copies of games/software that are subject to copyright licensing law.
Posted on Aug 09, 2007
SOURCE: Ds lite ac wall charger
When you first get the DS it will have a bit if charge on it but only a few hours worth. When the DS charges it usally comes up with a orange/red ish light then that goes out about a few hours later when its charged. ad if you want to chek if it is charging correcly turn the DS on whilst it is charging and the little battery simble in the top right corner should show the battery carging.
Posted on Nov 30, 2007
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